Code of Conduct

The ZWILLING Group, as part of the Wilh. Werhahn Group, is committed not only to compliance with the laws of the respective country, but also to the values of our company as set out in the Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct serves as the basis for responsible, ethically correct cooperation with integrity. This applies both in dealings within the ZWILLING Group and with third parties, such as business partners and suppliers.

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ZWILLING is committed to social, environmental and ethical compliance. We align our actions with clear principles and create value for generations with our brands. We expect the same commitment from all our suppliers and ask them to contribute to this by adopting a holistic approach, continuously improving their social, environmental and ethical performance and by undertaking to address those requirements within their supply chain. For this purpose, ZWILLING has set up this Supplier Code of Conduct.

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In addition to the Code of Conduct, you can also find our whistleblower system. It gives all employees and third parties the opportunity to draw attention to violations of the compliance laid down in the Code of Conduct. It also provides advice on questions of doubt regarding the Code of Conduct. Further information can be found in the attached flyer.

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Policy Statement

The Wilh. Werhahn KG has published a policy statement on human rights and environment-related duties of care. In addition to our self-image as part of the global supply chain, it contains information on how we comply with our due diligence obligations, the human rights and environmental risks that have priority for us and our expectations towards our employees and suppliers.

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UK Modern Slavery Act Statement

According to the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, Werhahn has published a slavery and human trafficking statement.

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